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Junior doctors industrial action (24-28 February 2024)

British Medical Association (BMA) junior doctors are scheduled to take industrial action from 7am Saturday 24th to 11:59pm Wednesday 28th February 2024.

As a result, we are expecting that a number of junior doctors who work at Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust will be on strike during this time.

To maintain patient safety, some of our services may be disrupted so that our clinical teams can prioritise our most urgent patients and care.

If your scheduled appointment is impacted by the upcoming industrial action, we will be in touch with you as soon as possible to let you know and to provide you with a re-arranged date. We appreciate for anyone currently waiting for an appointment that any changes will be extremely frustrating, and we apologise in advance for the inconvenience this causes to anyone who is affected.

We will be contacting any patients whose appointments may be affected. If you are not contacted, please attend the hospital as normal.


Around 1,350 staff work for Liverpool Women’s and each and every one of us is dedicated to providing the best in patient care. The vacancies currently available at Liverpool Women’s are available on our jobs website. Alternatively, you can become a volunteer to gain vital experience of working within a health environment focused on the needs of women, babies and their families. Whichever option you choose, we can guarantee a rewarding and fulfilling experience.

Opportunities for everyone
At Liverpool Women’s, we are committed to providing equality of employment opportunity for all members of existing staff and applicants and oppose all forms of discrimination, victimisation or harassment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or religion. The Trust will not tolerate discrimination by any of its staff. Our work around Equality and Human Rights reflects our level of commitment to this and other aspects of the services we provide. 

In order for us to maintain our high standards of care, we are committed to recruiting and retaining staff of the highest calibre across all our services. That’s why, we offer a range of training, development and educational opportunities for staff at all levels. We also have work experience opportunities.

Equality and diversity

As well as attracting motivated, high-quality staff, we want our workforce to reflect our diverse local population to ensure that our services reflect the needs of the people we serve. We are committed to bringing local people into work, contributing to the regeneration of our local area and providing great opportunities for neighbouring people. We have a range of supportive policies and procedures which help people from all backgrounds to deliver their best for patients when working with us. Our plans for further improving the services we offer for patients and staff can be found in our Single Equality Scheme.

The right training for the right job

Our Learning and Development team offers training and support to ensure that we have the right staff in the right place at the right time and to enable them to respond quickly to the ever developing world of healthcare.


All vacancies available at Liverpool Women's can be found via our job website, select the sector you are looking to work in, all available jobs will be listed, click for more and then select 'apply online now'.